Disease Management News
With more than 100 diseases that can attack soybean crops, why would charcoal rot rise to the top... Read more.
Farmers in the Great Lakes area of the U.S. may be concerned about white mold (also called Sclerotinia... Read more.
Several reports from fields in parts of the state with repeated saturating rains are reporting high... Read more.
To the naked eye, corn and soybeans that were planted later than usual might appear to have made up... Read more.
For years a disease complex of a plant-parasitic nematode and fungal pathogen has damaged soybean... Read more.
How do soybeans respond to prolonged saturated soil conditions? When soils are saturated for a prolonged... Read more.
Soybean rust was found on kudzu in Bay Minette in Baldwin County, Ala., on June 3. That was the first... Read more.
Recent years of dry growing conditions have reduced the occurrence of sudden death syndrome (SDS)... Read more.
A new laboratory technique developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists could speed the search... Read more.
Cool conditions and heavy rains after planting can favor seedling diseases, especially those caused by... Read more.
The world’s most widely used weed killer is not responsible for perpetuating Sudden Death Syndrome... Read more.
Often we are asked for the appropriate fungicide application timing for managing soybean diseases. Interestingly... Read more.
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- Commentary: Government wants farmers to quit farming
- Ag markets made a generally mixed showing Thursday night
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